Kaiju Thriller Novel Project Nemesis to Admit Television Adaption

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Whether they ’re conceits for climate change or the atrocities that mortal beings induce on one another, or just big burro monsters, watching kaiju wreck densely populated metropolises has yet to get old.

And soon, a new Television show will join in on that massive, climactic fun.

Deadline is reporting that Jeremy Robinson’s 2012 sci-fi novel, Project Nemesis, is set to admit its own Television adaption courtesy of Sony Television and Fast & Furious plant Original Film.

In the book, the kaiju Nemesis serves the goddess of revenge and seeks brutal, megacity destroying justice for those who ’ve been tortured. When her DNA becomes merged with a lately boggled girl named Maigo, Nemesis does what she does stylish and begins to go on a rage from Maine to Boston in hunt of the girl’s killer.

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Tracking their pursuit is a DHS agency named John Hudson, now vindicated for heading up the agency’s paranormal division.
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Sounds like a fun enough premise for a Television show, if only because no bone’s really done a murder riddle featuring a giant monster as the operativebefore.

However, please let me know!) And the book’s suckers feel to agree, because Project Nemesis went on to generate its own series, (If they have.”

The six- book series spawned a ridiculous miniseries conforming its events, and at one point, there was indeed a videotape game featuring Nemesis monsters called Colossal Kaiju Combat that was crowdfunded on Kickstarter and intended as a fighting game in the tone of old Godzilla fighting games from Pipeworks during the PS2 and Xbox days.

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Sorely, the game went unreleased, and eventually shut down in 2017.

At this time, an willed platform or release date for Project Nemesis has yet to be revealed. Serving as administrative patron and director is Chad Stahelski, best known for the John Wick ballot, the eventual Highlander remake, and the forthcoming film adaption of Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima.

In a press statement, Stahelski expressed excitement at bringing Robinson’s series to life, having been hooked on the book the moment he read it. “ This amazing book series has everything I love about the kidney,” he said. “ It’s got martial trades, action, great characters, and of course, Kaiju!”

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